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Does Re-Inclusion Of Wheat(Whole Wheat) Later At Some Point In Life Cause Problem?

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i don't think i have gluten intolerance.

i have always had whole wheat(and even refined flour now and then) all my life,without any effect.

(had clear phases while on wheat diet).

but i am having rice twice a day(instead of once ; in place of whole wheat rotis for dinner).

i hope it helps me gain weight though!

i have heard many say that mnths or years later when they re-include grain(wheat in my case) back in their diet,they face health issues.

either the gut cant get accustomed to the grains or/and body somehow dnt tackle it well.

i have grains.(rice) and rarely (in form of indulgence) some other grain like refined or whole wheat.

so i am not completely off it.

so is it applicable for me as well?

my question is whether i should be worried about re-including it any time later in life?

in today's fast life(where i might have to move around and live elsewhere every now and then plus work/study and more) i might have to have wheat some day.

will the body react(in general)?

how and why does the body react that way?any idea?


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I think changing any diet drastically can cause the body to react negatively. Like if someone suddenly gives up a type of food (sugar or dairy), that can cause problems too. If I were to reintroduce it, I'd just start small without indulging.

I think I definitely have some kind of intolerance...but I don't know whether to cut it out or go see a doctor first.

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I think changing any diet drastically can cause the body to react negatively. Like if someone suddenly gives up a type of food (sugar or dairy), that can cause problems too. If I were to reintroduce it, I'd just start small without indulging.

I think I definitely have some kind of intolerance...but I don't know whether to cut it out or go see a doctor first.

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If you're sensitive to it, it will. Even if you're not, it may cause problems because wheat isn't the best food for anyone and is difficult to digest in general. If you remove a difficult to digest food and then re-introduce it, you will have problems. But if you haven't removed it completely I don't see why it would apply to your case.


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If you're sensitive to it, it will. Even if you're not, it may cause problems because wheat isn't the best food for anyone and is difficult to digest in general. If you remove a difficult to digest food and then re-introduce it, you will have problems. But if you haven't removed it completely I don't see why it would apply to your case.


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I take back what I said. I've always thought wheat was bad for everyone but my dietician friend who I really trust has been telling me differently and has a bunch of studies she wants to show me. I've been wrong about everything else, so who knows, lol. But if you are sensitive or if you have celiac disease, you can definitely become hyper sensitive after giving it up for a while, because that's what happened to me. If you don't think you're sensitive, you could definitely try exposing yourself to a small amount every few weeks or so and see what happens. It's a good way to check how sensitive you are.


Current Skin-Care Regimen (A work in progress):

Morning:

Gentle wash with DKR cleanser

Benzoyl Peroxide 2.5% (Following Dan's Regimen)

DKR Lotion + A squirt of Argan or Grapeseed oil (The lotion alone wasn't hydrating enough)

Skin 79 Korean BB Cream (excellent stuff)

Evening:

Gentle Wash with DKR Cleanser

Benzoyl Peroxide 2.5% (Following Dan's Regimen)

DKR Lotion + A squirt of Argan or Grapeseed oil


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i am eagerly waiting for the studies actually,

which u discussed in another post.

thanks,i will do so.

i will have wheat(whole or refined) every few weeks and see if it effects me any way.

i'll keep u guys updated(if anyone is interested that is).=)


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